Toronto CHRO Forum: Innovative Well-Being: What High-Performance Organizations Do Differently
Most employers and employees alike are well aware of the toll that long hours and job-related stress takes on workers and workplace culture and the need for well-being initiatives. New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), in partnership with Professor Rob Cross, examines the innovative well-being practices of high-performance organizations, and their present and future plans to create workspaces, programs, and policies to support various components of well-being.
Join Rob Cross, the leading thought leader on social network analysis, for insights from this important study and his research, which will focus on:
How collaborative overload affects organizational performance and employee health
Proven practices to collaborators recover 18-24% of collaborative time to reduce burnout
Relational components health, purpose, resilience and growth that drive well-being